Conflicting messages from CCBN who again 'agree' with boundary in
National Trust meeting but call it an 'optional boundary' in their
The latest issue of BN Magazine carries a note that
another meeting has taken place between CCBN and the National Trust, at which the red post
"boundary" was agreed.
Interestingly, CCBN's regional representative,
who lives in Poole, knows nothing about any such meeting or agreement.
Local CCBN Rep says "CCBN has no
authority to reach an agreement with the National Trust, who should be
talking to groups like SUN".
interestingly, we learn that in his opinion CCBN has no authority to reach any
such agreement with the National Trust, who "should be talking to groups like
Obviously the inner cabal of the Northampton Ninnies has come to some
cosy little arrangement with the National Trust behind double sets of closed doors, and they
have no compunction about trumpeting it through their house organ since the
majority of their members are unaffected by it.
CCBN call National Trust boundary
One word, however, stands out in
the BN report - "the OPTIONAL boundary": this suggests that even the
sycophantic CCBN agrees with what we in SUN Group have been saying ever since
our inception, that the National Trust's cordon sanitaire has no legal standing.